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in making a solution of an unknown solid substance to test it for the presence of ions, would it matter if you used pure water or tap water to make the solution

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    Hmmm. I have never in my life encountered Pure water.

    But I wouldn't use tap water if you are testing for an unknown...lord knows what is in tap water.

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